Aylin Ictemel is an associate in Hughes Hubbard & Reed's Litigation department and works with the Anti-Corruption & Internal Investigations practice group. She assists clients on international anti-corruption law and compliance matters and has experience with conducting third-party due diligence and internal investigations.
Prior to joining Hughes Hubbard, Aylin was an Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Division of the New York State Attorney General’s Office where she conducted public corruption and white-collar criminal investigations and prosecutions. Aylin also served as a counsel on a commission convened by the governor of New York to investigate public corruption. Aylin has advised governmental entities on policy and compliance with state and federal regulations.
During her legal studies at the University of Michigan Law School, Aylin served as an intern monitor for the United Nations Human Rights Council with the International Service for Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland.
Prior to attending law school, Aylin worked as a consultant at Accenture, where she spent most of her time advising large corporations on business practices.
The Treaty Body Complaint System, Human Rights Monitor Quarterly, International Service for Human Rights, Issue 3, 2011
Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, Office of the New York State Attorney General, 2015-2017
Assistant General Counsel, New York State Governor’s Office, Office of Storm Recovery, 2014-2015
Special Counsel, Moreland Commission to Investigate Public Corruption, 2013-2014
Law Clerk, United States Department of Justice – Civil Division, Consumer Protection Branch, 2011
Intern, Human Rights Counsel Monitoring Team, International Service for Human Rights, 2011
Consultant, Accenture, 2006-2009
Geneva International Fellow, University of Michigan Law School, 2011
Current representation of world-leading aerospace and defense company in connection with anti-corruption and third-party due diligence reviews and related investigations